Tuesday, December 11, 2018
The RP Group

The reports below contain information collected and synthesized from hundreds of our 114 California Community Colleges on staffing levels, budgets, areas of responsibility, reporting structures, and more.

Membership Surveys
  • 2017 IRP Survey Report
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2016 IRP Survey Report
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2011 IRP Capacity Study
    Census of California Community College institutional research offices, including staffing levels, budgets, areas of responsibility, and reporting structures.

  • 2011 IRP Survey
    Census of California Community College institutional research offices, including staffing levels, budgets, areas of responsibility, and reporting structures.

  • 2005-06 IR Capacity Study
    Census of California Community College institutional research offices, including staffing levels, budgets, expertise, and roles in decision making

  • 2009 IRP Survey Summary
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2009 IR Survey Report
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2009 IRP Survey Discussion Guide
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2009 BSOC Use of Evidence Report
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.

  • 2009 BSOC Use of Evidence Brief
    Findings from a survey of California Community College research offices regarding staffing profile of offices, the types of activities that IRP offices are engaged in, and support that could help researchers become more effective.